Seven items of correspondence, with a newcutting on Thomas Bewick and catalogue entries on the letters.
1. Thomas Bewick, Newcastle, to the editor of the Monthly magazine, 8 October 1805, 6 pages, concerning his wood engravings for A general history of quadrupeds and rebutting a statement that he had not designed them himself.
2. Thomas Bewick, Newcastle, to John Chambers Esq, 43 London Street, Fitzroy Square, London, 10 March 1815, 3 pages and address, providing an account of his life and work.
3. Thomas Bewick to Thomas Unwin Esq, Thavies Inn, London, 16 January 1819, 2 pages and address, concerning raising money for a friend.
4. Thomas Bewick, Newcastle, to R.E. Croker Esq, 26 June 1822, 1 page, acknowledging payment of an account.
5-7. Ralph Beilby, Newcastle, to Thomas Bewick, 7 September 1797, 8 September (no year) and 22 January (no year), 4 pages, concerning their quarrel over the production of History of British birds.